Your kitchen experiences a lot of traffic and use, and your cabinets are no exception. Over time, cabinet doors and drawers chip, crack or break. When this happens, you have two choices.
- Ignore the problem as your kitchen cabinets slowly degrade.
- Have your kitchen cabinets refinished or renewed by a professional kitchen remodeler, like Kitchen Saver!
Kitchen Saver® can design, build and install new custom cabinets of any size or shape, in about three days. Kitchen Saver® can transform your old, unsightly kitchen cabinets! And we use only the finest hand-selected hardwoods, which are carefully cut and finished with a hand wipe. At Kitchen Saver, we offer Oak, Hard Maple, and Cherry hardwood options.
Kitchen Cabinet Wood Pros and Cons
Oak Kitchen Cabinets
- Pros: Less expensive than maple and cherry, oak is an incredibly durable hardwood. It also has a fairly uniform, open-grain, which comes in a wide range of colors.
- Cons: Oak wood has lots of grain. So be sure you like this look before deciding on an oak kitchen cabinet. Plus, oak cabinets can fade over time, when in direct sunlight.
Hard Maple Kitchen Cabinets
- Pros: Maple is another extremely durable. And because of its fine, uniform grain, maple works well with almost any finish.
- Cons: Maple can change color over time, especially when exposed to light.
Cherry Kitchen Cabinets
- Pros: Cherry is a durable and beautiful hardwood. The natural reddish-brown color of Cherry, along with its smooth grain is extremely attractive. Because of its ageless beauty, cherry cabinets fit well with any design style, from traditional to sleek and modern.
- Cons: Cherry gradually darkens with age. Plus, Cherry is also one of the more expensive options available
Prepare to be Impressed!
If you have any questions, please contact Kitchen Saver for all your Kitchen needs by calling 877-828-9056 or click here today!
Twenty-five years ago, Kitchen Saver opened its doors and began offering remodeling and refacing services to customers in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. Quality workmanship, solid materials and innovation were our watch words, and they still are today.